Home Rene Lourau Analisis Institucional (Biblioteca de Sociologia) (Spanish Stock Image. Analisis Institucional (Biblioteca de Sociologia) (Spanish Edition). QR code for Análisis institucional y socioanálisis. Title, Análisis institucional y socioanálisis. Contributor, René Lourau. Publisher, Nueva Imagen, Tercera, el cambio institucional ha sido no sólo continuo, sino inusualmente dicha teoría considera al individuo como la unidad básica de análisis y, por el otro, . “elemento objetivo del sistema jurídico” de Hauriou (Lourau, 9, 62).

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They wnalisis into the game of thinking the people, with their affections and knowledge, not to deny what was done, but to denature it by overflowing unprecedented limits.

The field diary is a technical instrument that produces an intervention in the reality in question by problematizing both what is called analysis and how it should be done.

These are regularities that escape the evolutionist perspective, articulating “the discontinuity of regularities, the chance of their transformations, the materiality of their conditions of existence” p. Thereby, to institutionalize is to compose discipline, to affirm essences. Objectivity as a counterpoint to subjective production is the separation between act and affection, summoned in front of a record of something distant, cold, technical, inconceivable when the ways of perceiving lead to the record written or not of an act.

Through this path, the disagreements in the working field emerge as analytical challenges and lead to the search for tools to intervene in ways throughout the professional ways takes place, in a collective exercise.

Institutional analysis as a method of intervention acts as a strangeness to what is institutionalized, affirming that in this process there are two movements: Truth does not precede the act of registering, it is not exposed to be recorded, but it is constructed in the encounter with what becomes a fact, producing an ontology of the present, a crossed look by the genealogical and ethical perspective. The diary carries a certain hardness of thinking and problematizing what we do, because it confronts a meritocratic formation based on the error-correctness present in the pedagogical processes sedimented by the academic and professional formation that since the nineteenth century constitutes us.

Therefore, the implication analysis is a permanent process of denaturalization of institutions. Referring him to the school principal, which led to his suspension, had as an answer the boy’s revolt through the weapons he also had at hand: It is up to the socioanalytic intervention to conduct the analysis process, making sure that the displacements detach themselves from the identity perspective.

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Coercion establishes loueau nexus between moral thinking and the penal meaning that leads to judgment. These can be read, felt, understood, in a variety qnalisis ways, not by a voluntarism, but by the enchainment of logics present both in the act in question and in its reworking in the field diary. The author as a protagonist. The fact precedes the action and perception of the individual. To follow the course of the analyses, we take a powerful auxiliary: Never-ending movements, never pre-defined, under the domain of chance, “as the ever-renewed risk of the will to power which, in order to control it, opposes the risk of even greater chance” Foucault,p.


It should be said: Paradoxes between the analysis and the criticism The field diary is a technical instrument that produces an intervention in the reality in question by problematizing both what is called analysis and how it instituional be done.

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To build an intervention from the institutional analysis is to produce an unstable and open field of analysis, which operates through the institutions crossed by it. The author as a protagonist The writing of a field diary from the perspective of institutional analysis is a collective practice, even when it is authorial.

Shifting such a view, Michel Foucault proposes to understand relationships as an event, whose sense will not be to coerce people independently of their way of thinking and being, but by defining the effect instiutcional by the bodies in action.

The lived experience that composes the writing does not necessarily match the one that occurred originally, because the thinking and feeling in the moment in which a record is constructed allows to resign, in an analytical compass in which the author is not alone, but in a shared movement with all those who composed the scene and in the midst of their thoughts, feelings, values, conceptions, also put into question. In the face of the heterogeneity that characterizes the institutional work, the field diary carries out a relationship that has as a horizon the horizontality, the self-management.

Compulsory schooling, the ways in which relationships are established in this family, the imposition by the school of family tasks as a condition for the performance of pedagogical activities The writing of the diary allows surprises, insurgencies and invites not to write about reality but to interrogate it. The sense of objectivity opposed to that of subjectivity is fundamental to discriminate all that the mind creates, of what the mind must grasp and evidence.

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A creative dimension leads the diary ajalisis that, just before giving security, loutau scare. Interrogations are the right tool of a field diary, the good company in a formation by keeping alive the thinking and the research as professional practices that do not exhaust and do not cease to make learning.

The universal collapses and judgments give way to other ways of working. In this abyss the diary projects us when converted into an apprenticeship committed to thinking and feeling. Intervention that is not given as an adjustment of the diary’s author in the professional practice his and his colleagues’but as a movement to think the fundamentals that led the practices: To analyze the place occupied by them, their practices of knowledge-power as producers of truths, their effects and what they put into operation, is to break with the logic of permanent naturalization analieis the process of institutionalization.


The volatility of chance frightens those who intend, with their knowledge or in the process of building their knowledge, to have certainty that the paths are rebuilt with the acuity of a researcher who will know how to read the clues. Concerned with the premise that the institutionalization of relationships legitimates their ways of functioning and, therefore, calls people to join them without questioning them, these authors propose both a conceptual analysis and a construction of techniques to subsidize a professional practice that makes the habits, institicional annoyances, the powerful silences and the whispers, into tools of intervention.

From this perspective, writing a field diary is to construct reality by a certain discursive order loudau not a simple act of technical reproduction. The contents of the field diary could never be defined a priorinor could a schema or guideline be established, since this would be a pretension to guide the way of seeing, feeling, thinking, affecting, to signify the relationships at stake.

Under such a perspective it would be for the analyst to come to the fact, to recognize it, to register it, and then study it, as a body exposed in a laboratory. By this logic, an institution would be a historical form produced and reproduced by social practices that are becoming naturalized and that affirm truths that are instituted, codified, that create regulations and norms, losing their historical reference.

The analysis, which is based on the socio-analytical references, requires an exercise of thinking about the problems, the implications, understanding how they constitute us and lead our action. With tears in her eyes, a children’s teacher reads in her field diary the scene that destabilized her: In other words, the intervention must consider that the practices of the tutelary council are impregnated with the movements instituted by the public policies directed at children and adolescents, by institutions such as school, religion, developmental psychology and others, by legislation that affirms the protection of the juvenile population, among other forces that take place in the council’s daily life.

It never precedes our gaze, because it is the effect of it.